It may not be the most ergonomic or elegant car in the world, but it fulfills its function of taking them around the city without polluting.
Luvly it’s a new kind of electric microcar with an IKEA-like philosophy. They send it by parts to assemblebut luckily you don’t have to.
There are numerous urban electric cars, micro cars, smart car, or whatever you want to call them. Most do not exceed 50 kilometers per hour, and can even be driven without a license.
He Luvly O It could fall into this category, but beware, it is small but a thug: runs at 100 Km/h, so you can also drive on the highway. But its autonomy, only 100 kmmakes it more suitable for the city.
Its batteries are interchangeable, so that autonomy can be increased by carrying more. Or reload instantly, with a trade.
Luvly 0, the car with IKEA philosophy
The newest thing about this electric car is that they sell it to you as an IKEA product: for parts to be assembledas Business Insider tells us.
Luvly He is aware that riding a car is very delicate, and safety comes first. That is why the buyer does not have to assemble it, but his plan is open micro-factories near the destination town, which will be in charge of setting it up. In this way the carbon footprint is reduced, since it requires less transport.
Its design, of course, leaves no one indifferent.. It is as if it had been designed by Homer Simpson (mythical chapter), but its creators assure that it has a design “futurist“.
The big advantage is that It only measures 270 x 153 x 144 centimetersso it’s ideal for park anywhere. It has a weight of 400 kilos, and an interior space of 267 liters. Has Double bed.
Best of all is that it only costs 10,000 euros, and Luvly is already accepting reservations. The intention is to market it by the end of the year.
Taking into account the evolution of the economy and salaries, This type of car is one of the few that young people, and not so young, can afford to buy. I’m sure we’ll see the Luvly 0, the electric microcar that is sold in IKEA-style partsdriving on the roads.